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Re: Gordius trials and triumphs



All totally doable, IMO better than for LP1...

Sus included, got em all.

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On Aug 18, 2013, at 5:28 PM, William Walker <billwalker@baymoon.com> wrote:

> Hey Mark , It aint just you a baby!  I have had plenty of over 50 brain 
> fart moments, trying to remember how to use the  old editor librarian to 
> program midi note numbers on my  Gordius Little Giant. I hadn't 
> programmed it in about 5 years and I had forgotten some things and 
> actually had never programed midi notes before, so following a tidbit 
> that Per tossed out, and the midi note conversion chart that Xavier 
> pointed out to me, I was finally able to get it done and luckily do it 
> on my old librarian, The thing is, I had never upgraded the LG since I 
> bought it, and i'm not sure if I have a necessary hardware upgrade in 
> place to be able to do so. I have a call out to Bob Amstadt to see if he 
> installed it in mine because I simply can't remember. So that has been 
> how I spent my weekend getting a few banks of Midi note on off 
> information programmed on my Little Giant, so I do have sus commands 
> working, in Mobius. The next step is scripts, but I'm still wondering if 
> quantize replace, as I know it on the Looperlative is possible in Mobius 
> or echoloop, the ability to program the the actual beat division as a 
> sus command, sus replace is cool but not the same, Anyone know how to do 
> this??? 
> It has been interesting learning Mobius, i never did spend much time on 
> the EDP, went pretty much strait from a Lexicon jamman to a Repeater to 
> a Looperlative, so some of the  commands like substitute, insert , 
> divide,  loop windowing etc  I have no reference point for.  
> Bill
>